US PATENT SUBCLASS 119 / 700
Current as of: June, 1999
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(under the class definition) Subject matter consisting of an apparatus having a movable surface, e.g., roller, endless belt, turntable, etc., upon which an animal may simulate travelling while remaining in essentially the same location relative to a fixed underlying supporting surface, e.g., a floor surface, etc.
(1) Note. A treadmill may be used for a wide variety of purposes including exercise, amusement, breaking, training, or laboratory study purposes.
SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:
702+, for an exercise or amusement device for an animal other than a treadmill, particularly subclasses 703+ for a device for forcing an animal to travel over a stationary floor, track, etc. See the (1) Note under subclass 702.
712+, for a device for controlling an action of an animal, including a device for breaking or training an animal.
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185, Motors: Spring, Weight, or Animal Powered, particularly
3, for an animal powered composite motor. 472, Amusement Devices, particularly
48, for an amusement walkway or passageway for a human having a movable floor or stair step and subclasses 90+ for a surface for a human riding a skiing or skating vehicle, e.g., for skis, ice, or roller skates, etc., including a sloped treadmill used to imitate a ski slope.
482, Exercise Devices, particularly
54, for an exercise treadmill for use by a human.